Incorp – InCorp Services never provided – Registration after 1…

I signed up with InCorp in 2009 with a registered address in a nearby town. I then sent mail to that registered address of which I never got it sent to me or returned per the return address on the envelope. I then cancelled my registration with then and changed my registered address from what they supplied to my choice not theirs. They would not cancel my membership and charged my credit card in 2010 to cover another year of which I put in a dispute and sent all copies of correspondence with InCorp regarding cancellation and my credit card refunded my charge to me.I thought it was over until I was notified that I owed them another years dues and I now have notified them again that I dissolved their services and am not using the registered address of which the state was notified last year of my change. I do not know what to do to get them out of my hair. They do not provide the services they claim for all my tax bills on my business was sent to the registered address and that address never sent them to me plus I sent mail to that address and never received it. Could anybody help me on this?

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